Sunday, February 16, 2014

Hammett, his granddaughter, his editor, and me in The Philadelphia Inquirer

A long-lost work by Peter Rozovsky surfaces in Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer: my review of Dashiell Hammett's The Hunter and Other Stories, interspersed with comments from my interview with Julie M. Rivett, a co-editor of the volume and also Hammett's daughter's daughter.

Yes, it was a wandering granddaughter job.

© Peter Rozovsky 2014

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Blogger seana graham said...

A very nice article. And a wandering granddaughter job indeed. I'm sorry she didn't have time to know him in life a little bit more, though.

February 16, 2014  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Thanks. Yes, Hammett was just 66 when he died. If Julie Rivett comes to Bouchercon in Long Beach, I might have more questions for her. In the meantime, I could read her mother's book about Hammett, Dashiell Hammett: A Daughter Remembers.

February 16, 2014  

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